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This Channel 4 video shows three ways to factcheck fake news.

A blog with hundreds of entries about infographics: tools, infographics by subject, articles, tips, and other resources

Aural literacy can be tentatively defined as referring to a system or grouping of aural competencies that can be... see more

The Journal of Media Literacy Education is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that supports... see more

This LibGuide provides a variety of resources about media literacy and fake news: history, evaluation, teaching... see more

This report covers the most significant media literacy projects of national or regional coverage in Europe carried out... see more

The European Commission mappedmedia literacy good practices and the promotionof transferring knowledge between member... see more

The Media Education Lab at the University of Rhode Island advances media literacy education through research and... see more

This collection of resources, including links to professional learning opportunities, was compiled in conjunction with... see more

MIL CLICKS focuses on media and information literacyÖ critical thinking, creativity, literacy, intercultural aspects,... see more

Media and Information Literacy Platform for Exchanging Educational Resources (MIL/PEER) is a tool developed by Evens... see more

The lesson plans and resources available at this website will help you navigate the news and media that’s important to... see more

This Australian publication discusses the role that oral language has on literacy, mentions classroom principles that... see more

Librarians and (public) libraries are active in promoting information literacy and (more recently) media literacy. After... see more

A rich collection of links to resources about infographics: standards, samples, tutorials, creation and use

A short educational animated film that introduces the study of semiotics

News in the digital age spreads faster than ever, and so do lies and hoaxes. Digital verification skills are essential... see more

This report by the National Association for MediaLiteracy Education discusses the growth of attention in media litercy... see more

The Canadian Association for Media Literacy is made up of teachers, librarians, consultants, parents, cultural workers,... see more

The Charter for Media Literacy exists to support the establishment of media literacy across Europe. By signing the... see more

This BBC article shows how to spot fake photographic images.

This website, which contains the material of the course VA312, taught at Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey; attempts... see more

Data & Society report responds to the "fake news" problem by evaluating the successes and failures of recent media... see more

E-readers and tablets are becoming more popular as such technologies improve, but research suggests that reading on paper... see more